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Until Tomorrow

Posted by Alexandra Spangaro

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May 2, 2012
8:00 pmto9:00 pm
May 5, 2012
8:00 pmto9:00 pm

What would you do if today was your last day on earth? The new Melbourne musical Until Tomorrow explores just that.

Based around the prediction by the ancient Mayan calendar of the worlds end on the 12th of December 2012, the musical follows five characters in the lead up to the possible apocalypse.

Presented by the newly formed visual and performing arts company, KINCollabrotive, Until Tomorrow is written by Melbourne based duo Belinda Jenkin and Will Hannagan and is sure to showcases some of Melbourne’s best emerging talent.

So if your not to busy crossing things off your bucket list in pre-emption of  doomsday, be sure to see this show.

COST: $25 or $15 for concession tickets.

WHEN:  Wednesday 2 May – Friday 4 May, 8pm-9pm; Saturday 5 May, 3pm-4pm and 7pm-8pm
WHERE: Northcote Town Hall, Studio 2, 189 High Street, Northcote
WEB: northcotetownhall.com.au/Page/page.asp?Page_Id=814&h=0


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